Why Are You Leaving? (Porque Te Vayas) - Poem by Bailey Logan
Why are you walking so fast, daddy?
Why are you so mad?
Please be quiet
Why are you leaving through the open door?
Why are you wearing your red tie?
you only wear it when you've had a terrible day
why do you wear it now?
Why are you carrying your suitcase?
Is it full?
You've never done this before
Why are you doing it now?
I heard you last night
Mommy yelled so loud
I saw you last night
Your face was red
Where are you going, daddy?
Will you take me with you?
Are you angry with me?
Why are you leaving in our tiny little car?
And it is so late!
I don't understand. It must be my fault.
What did I do wrong?
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